How These Predators Kill Their Prey Is Horrifying

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Secretary Bird

One crazy looking bird, this fellow seems to love to dance… on it’s prey that is. The secretary bird stomps it’s prey to death before going in for the meal.

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Jaguar

The jaguar is different from it’s fellow cats in the way it hunts and kills. While other jungle felines attack their prey by grabbing and suffocation, the jaguar uses it’s powerful jaws and teeth to send a quick bite to the neck or the skull of it’s prey.

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Candiru Fish

The candiru fish is also known as the vampire fish for it’s fang like appendages that allow it to latch on to it’s victim. But that’s not the scary part. These Amazon inhabitants attack their prey by entering into the urethra or the anus and then latching on. There have been reports of it climbing into men’s penises.

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